[1]Jeanne Guyon, Autobiography of Madame Guyon, chapter 5.

[2] Autobiography, chapter 5.

[3] Autobiography, chapter 8.

[4] This refers to a state where the memory and understanding are absorbed by and united with the will so that they become wholly subject to it, instead of independenty pursing their own devices.

[5] Autobiography, chapter 8.

[6] "Recollection is the chief means whereby we attain to a conquest of the senses. It detaches and separates us from them, and sweetly saps the very cause from whence they derive their influence over us." Autobiography, chapter 11.

[7] Autobiography, chapter 11.

[8] A.W. Tozer, The Pursuit of God, pp. 45-47.

[9] Jeanne Guyon, Union with God, p. 54.

[10] Autobiography, chapter 27.

[11] The New Catholics were converts to Catholocism made among the Protestants in Geneva.